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Jump to new posts Re: roland lx17 ringing sounds by bennevis @ Today at 03:26 PM

Originally Posted By nelcehey guys, for those of you who have a roland lx-17, i'm wondering if you guys are having a problem with certain notes (mainly in the middle range) having a high pitch ring to the end of it. i've attached a sample here of the
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Jump to new posts Re: OT Required note/chord by dogperson @ Today at 03:12 PM

One of my friend's dogs yodels to 'The Dingo Ate My Baby'.... purely spontaneous, but hysterical
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Jump to new posts Re: Goldfinger (Bond) question by FrankCox @ Today at 03:11 PM

Ah... pedal. It never occurred to me that there would be a way to play that properly using the pedal. My piano even has a sostenuto pedal that I've never actually used to this point. I now suddenly realize that this would be exactly what it's ther
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Jump to new posts Re: Russian recital - Sign up thread by Schubertian @ Today at 03:08 PM

To add to the list, quote the last entry of the list and remove the quote. Post the new list with your entries and with this red text included. Please make sure to use the most recent version when you add your own! Bortkiewicz - Prelude op.33 no.
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Standard music notation has its flaws, but it is what it is and has developed over centuries, and has been standardized for the last few hundred years. Which is more than be said for most written/speech language anywhere in the world - including Mand
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha G2: what do you think? by kanadajin @ Today at 02:59 PM

I purchased my brand new G2 in 1990, have never regretted it and still love it. When shopping around, I actually preferred it to the specific G3 sitting next to it in the showroom for both keyboard touch as well as tone, and it was a significant impr
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Jump to new posts Re: Tarantella for Solo piano by Harry Fajeon by pianoloverus @ Today at 02:56 PM

Maybe it's among these opus numbers? http://waltercosand.com/CosandScores/Composers%20E-K/Farjeon,%20Harry/
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Originally Posted By ShiroKuro I hope some other people (Sam?) who have played for a long time will look at it, I'm curious what you think about the vertical distance it takes on the page. It looks like it would be *very* hard to sightread because of
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Jump to new posts Re: Do I still need my digital piano by kanadajin @ Today at 02:51 PM

I have both an acoustic grand and a digital and I find that I play them both quite regularly. For similar reasons as stated above. Also, they do have different keyboard feel and touch which is good adaptation practice for when one has to play on &quo
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it sure is a wonderful piece, it certainly is exposing many flaws in my technique as well... but that is what etudes are for.
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"How much of the "best piano" debate is confirmation bias?" 100% Rick
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The Sony MDR-7506s are nice and comfortable on your ears with their padding and they sound really nice, although a lot of clarity in the highs and less hi fi style rumble in the bass - which some people really like, but others prefer to round off a b
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Jump to new posts Re: Fit and Finish of Keytops by Rickster @ Today at 02:45 PM

Originally Posted By Iggy64I should add that I have seen a couple of brand-new high-end pianos on which the sharps were particularly irregular. The manufacturer recognized the problem and hired a technician to fix it. Their method was to - scrape th
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Well enjoy it, whatever the headphones may be. The Sonys are very reasonable 'phones.
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Ghazi, I am 6+ hours away but may have some interest depending on date. I have recently returned from a few days in North Adams/Williamstown and thought the whole area to be gorgeous.
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Jump to new posts Re: Fit and Finish of Keytops by Iggy64 @ Today at 02:25 PM

I should add that I have seen a couple of brand-new high-end pianos on which the sharps were particularly irregular. The manufacturer recognized the problem and hired a technician to fix it. Their method was to - scrape the margin of each black ke
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Pop music methods - any good ones? by Morodiene @ Today at 02:21 PM

Originally Posted By malkinWhen students say they want to learn pop music, does that mean only current hits or are they interested in popular music that goes back at least a few decades? If I tried to learn something on the current top 10 it would p
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Originally Posted By Piano90XI'm relatively new to participating in this forum, but I've been reading it for years, and I have never seen a comment from someone who spent a significant amount of money on a piano and who later regretted it. About 2 y
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Jump to new posts Re: Russian recital - Sign up thread by Morodiene @ Today at 02:17 PM

Originally Posted By sinophiliaJust to be clear, I will only record Mussorgsky's Promenade I, not the subsequent versions of it. I had completely forgotten about this recital, so I wasted an entire month, but I'm trying to make up for it. Now in 20
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By newer playerI think you should consider "near-field" monitors. Near-field speakers are designed for setting close to your listening position, such as on top of your desk or digital piano. I would consider some powered
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Jump to new posts Re: Fit and Finish of Keytops by Iggy64 @ Today at 02:17 PM

Many thanks to all for sharing your experiences and advice. I get the impression (from this forum and elsewhere) that not many pianists are bothered by the slight irregularities that may exist along the edges of the sharps. Perhaps it is somethin
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Thank you Thank you MacMacMac, I just made a search on ebay and endeed there are many choices of used equipment for very low price, but in my case postage and import tax added, which makes final price close to the price of same unit new (in US market
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: digital piano standing vertically - is it OK? by Morodiene @ Today at 02:16 PM

I think it's a bad idea to store for a long period this way. Maybe if you take some painter's blue tape (the kind that doesn't leave a residue and comes off easily) and tape the white keys together. That might help, but you'd be better off finding ro
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai CS11 vs Yamaha N1 or N2 by Morodiene @ Today at 02:14 PM

I'm afraid that no matter what other people say, it will come down to you going to test them, even if it means taking a little bit of a trip. Perhaps Kawai James can suggest a nearby Kawai dealer in your general area. They are both great instruments
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